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James Milner arrived at Bodymoor Heath at 6am this morning, stripped to his grey y-fronts, fibreglass socks and ill-fitting hobnail boots and proceeded to clear snow from the entire training ground using only a teaspoon with a broken handle.

He had finished by 7.30 and, not wanting his hard work to go to waste, began running furiously back and forth across the turf to prevent any further snow disruption ahead of the arrival of his teammates.

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James Milner arrived at Bodymoor Heath at 6am this morning, stripped to his grey y-fronts, fibreglass socks and ill-fitting hobnail boots and proceeded to clear snow from the entire training ground using only a teaspoon with a broken handle.

He had finished by 7.30 and, not wanting his hard work to go to waste, began running furiously back and forth across the turf to prevent any further snow disruption ahead of the arrival of his teammates.

You forgot to mention that in his hobnail boots he had found a cure for thawing out the ground...marvellous.

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James Milner lost both his legs to an anti-personnel mine in the second world war. He had two right legs sown back on, hence his ability to use both feet equally well.

Your wrong, it was the 1st World War

You're correct. He lost his arms in the second world war.

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James Milner lost both his legs to an anti-personnel mine in the second world war. He had two right legs sown back on, hence his ability to use both feet equally well.

Your wrong, it was the 1st World War

You're correct. He lost his arms in the second world war.

James Milner is very careless

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Rumour up North is that James Milner is the secret illegitimate love child of Vera Duckworth and Fred Dibbnah, assisted Adolf Hitler in finetuning the intricacies of 'lebensraum' and is credited with initiating the widespread use of the word 'owt'.

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